Eating at McDonalds is one of the worst choices you can possibly make. To exemplify how bad it is, let’s take a look at ‘Super Size Me,’ a documentary in which Morgan Spurlock spent thirty days merely eating McDonalds. He consumed about nine Big Macs. As a result, Spurlock gained twenty-four pounds, a 13% body mass increase, his cholesterol jumped to 230 mg/dl, and if that wasn’t bad enough he had mood swings, sexual dysfunction, as well as fat accumulation in his liver. It’s clear; McDonalds is an awful place to eat; no secret there.
Well, what would happen if you were to smoke marijuana for thirty days straight? Someone actually tried this in a 2008 documentary called ‘Super High Me,’ which is a parody of ‘Super Size Me.’ One day while doing a stand-up skit, comedian Doug Benson asked “If there’s a movie called Super Size Me about a guy who ate McDonald’s every day, why couldn’t there be this movie called Super High Me, where I smoke pot every day?” After sharing the joke with a friend of his that produces films, they decided to make it happen.
Before the thirty-day period began, Benson took various physical and mental health tests that were repeated at the end of the period. In addition, they saw a doctor that stated that the effects of the marijuana use on Benson’s body were insignificant. All the way up to the end of his period, his SAT score increased from 980 to 1030, his mini-mental status review decreased from 27 to 24(the normal score his 22), and his sperm count increased from 21 million/mL to 32 million/mL. Of course, it wasn’t all positive; the comedian ended up gaining eight pounds, but hey, it surely beat twenty-four pounds. In the end, thanks to these two documentaries, it’s clear: smoking marijuana is healthier than eating McDonalds.
We even decided to ask some people in person whether they would smoke marijuana or eat McDonalds.
“I would rather smoke a j any day before I eat something at McDonalds,” a McDonalds employee, who wished to remain anonymous, said to marijuanastocks.com. “On my lunch break I could sometimes have a free meal, but I wish they gave me free weed instead if that were the case.”
In the end, it’s clear. McDonalds is awful for you; your weight will dramatically increase, you’ll have mood swings, and fat will accumulate across your body. If you were to smoke weed, you would just laugh a little more than usual and maybe clean your houses a bit more. Well, which one would you prefer? Consider this more people choke and die while eating McDonalds in one year than total deaths from smoking marijuana EVER! In a post published by TheWeedBlog in 2013 they said this:
“At present it is estimated that marijuana’s LD-50 is around 1:20,000 or 1:40,000. In layman terms this means that in order to induce death a marijuana smoker would have to consume 20,000 to 40,000 times as much marijuana as is contained in one marijuana cigarette. NIDA-supplied marijuana cigarettes weigh approximately .9 grams. A smoker would theoretically have to consume nearly 1,500 pounds of marijuana within about fifteen minutes to induce a lethal response.”
To put that in financial terms if we take the conservative average cost per pound of Marijuana you would need to smoke it would be about $3,000,000 to OD vs a $2.99 Happy Meal that you are a billion times more likely to choke on. If you’re still on the fence here are some statistics on annual deaths from other consumables vs Marijuana.
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